Oregon Surety Bonds

In Oregon, there are 112 surety bonding requirements that individuals and businesses need to acquire. 40 different government departments, agencies, commissions, counties, and cities regulate various industries and operations with the State and use the surety bond as a tool to protect Oregon's beautiful landscape and people.

Oregon Bond Categories

Construction Bonds

With the most varied set of bonding requirements, contractors need bonds for all manner of licenses, permits, and contracts.

Court/Probate Bonds

Bonds related to court orders or the execution of trusts and wills. Whether the personal representative, plaintiff, defendant, or trustee you may need one of these bonds.

Finance Bonds

Bond requirements related to money management, mortgages, tax payments, and collections.

Fidelity Bonds

Business Service, Employee Dishonesty, ERISA, and Janitorial Service Bonds

Transportation Bonds

Bonds related to motor vehicles (including trucks and boats), fuel, tires, and the regulation of the transportation.

Healthcare Bonds

Healthcare service related bonds for dentists, optometrists, nursing homes, prescription drug wholesalers, and health care services.

School Bonds

Required bond for contractor schools, commercial driving schools, and schools of varying degrees.

Other Bonds

Some bonds play by their own rules and refuse to be categorized with others such as Labor Contractor, Fight Promoter, and Private Employment Agency bonds.

Common Surety Bonds

The following bonds are requested more than others at Jet. Get right into in by selecting your bond category below.

Contractor License Bond

Residential and commercial contractors are required to have a license bond by the Construction Contractors Board.

Fuel Tax Bond

Fuels dealers, sellers and users are required to get a bond to guarantee tax payments to Oregon.

Mortgage Lender Bond

Mortgage broker and lenders are required to carry a bond to be licensed in Oregon.

Auto Dealer Bond

Vehicle Dealers must purchase a $50,000 surety bond to be licensed with the Oregon Department of Transportation.